Around the Nets: Tuesday’s Gone by Justin DeFeo June 5, 2012 +It’s safe to say, one of the major deciding factors in Deron Williams’ decision will be what abnormally tall man he gets to play beside. ESPNDallas.com’s Tim McMahon breaks down who that man could be for the Mavericks. These Dwight Howard shirts will either become a sense of pride or completely ironic. My gut is with the latter. One person that would like to see European big man Mirza Teletovic take his talents to Brooklyn is Aleksandar Petrovic, head coach of the Bosnian National team and brother of this guy. SI’s Steve Rushin making the case that Johan Petro’s final basket in Nets history was more notable than the creation of Schweppes Ginger Ale. The connection makes more sense than you think. You know you’ve had a bad season when you’re lumped in with the Charlotte Bobcats. In 2007 when the Nets drafted Sean Williams of Boston College, it was a gamble because the rap on Williams was he was immature. That proved to be right and Williams’ NBA career quickly fizzled. It’s been a long road back for him, but now the former Net is two games away from being in the NBA Finals.